Grateful Dead Live at JFK Stadium on 1989-07-07
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d1t01 Hell In A Bucket
d1t02 Iko Iko
d1t03 Little Red Rooster
d1t04 Ramble On Rose
d1t05 Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again
d1t07 Let It Grow >
d1t08 Blow Away
d2t02 Box Of Rain
d2t03 Scarlet Begonias >
d2t04 Fire On The Mountain
d2t05 Estimated Prophet >
d2t06 Standing On The Moon
d2t07 Drums >
d3t01 Space >
d3t02 The Other One >
d3t03 Wharf Rat >
d3t04 Turn On Your Lovelight
d3t05 Knockin' On Heaven's Door
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|Hell In A Bucket|
|Little Red Rooster|
|Ramble On Rose|
|Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again|
|Let It Grow ->|
|Box Of Rain|
|Scarlet Begonias ->|
|Fire On The Mountain|
|Estimated Prophet ->|
|Standing On The Moon|
|The Other One ->|
|Wharf Rat ->|
|Turn On Your Lovelight|
|Knockin' On Heaven's Door|
- 1st Gen Cassettes were dubbed from the Masters in the parking lot after the show (Sony D5 > Sony D5).
- shnid=7855 used to patch tape flips, Drums & first 4:40 of Space (all of Drums and part of Space were not taped).
- slight pitch correction was applied in WaveLab.
- SBE Free, files encoded @ level 8.
- Master audience cassettes graciously provided by Mark McCue.
- Transferred and mastered by Alex Ford January 2008.
- 2008-01-24 14:22:23
- Nakamichi Dragon > Kind Cables RCA/XLR > Lunatec V3 (@ 26/96) > coax > Audiophile 2496 > WaveLab 5.0 > .wav @ 24/96 > Waves L3 UltraMaximizer > .wav @ 16/44.1 > CD Wave Editor > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC16
- Philadelphia, PA
- Run time
- 1st Gen; (FOB) 2 x Sennheiser 421's > Sony D5 > Sony D5 > 2 x Maxell UDXL I C90 Location: FOB, 30 feet from the stage, slightly ROC, mics were run above head level (7 - 8 feet high)
- Taped by
- Lucien Zaleski
- Transferred by
- Alex Ford
- JFK Stadium
Subject: Sweet audience recording
Band is strong and in form playing a great set list. Blow Away, Brent ripping for 12 minutes is heart stopping!
As the comment says below, enjoy this sweet pull from '89!
Subject: F O B
1st gen cassettes provided by Mark McCue via Brian Pierson. Thanks guys and huge thanks to Lucien Zaleski!
Great show and FOB don't pass it by!
Subject: One of my favorite first sets that I attended
This was also the end of tent city, no more camping out in the parking lots :( it was unreal back in those days not having to be chased out by security and get into your car in a questionalable headspace.
It was SO loud down in front of the band. The sound was beautiful and clear, as this Extremely high quality FOB captures. This sounds better than the mislabeled 'Healy Mix SBD' (really an FOB) currently with the mos reveiws of this show. And I probably think it may be the same original source, just cleaned up a bit.
The Blow Away was ??!??!??!??!!!!??...just listen
summer and fall 89 were consistantly good shows
Subject: I got on the bus at this show!
We....need....Dvd, We....need....Dvd, We....need....Dvd
Can't wait till they put it on DVD!
Perfect "Let it Grow!"
Subject: Amazing AUD
This was my 3rd Dead show. My first and second were earlier in the the spring at Crisler Arena at the UofM where I was a freshman. That first show was just OK but the second one was when I really GOT IT. I had been listening to the Dead since I was a kid, but it wasn't until I was actually there that I was able to really appreciate it - the sound of Phil's bass, the incredible timbre and texture of Jerry's guitar (nothing sounded like that Tiger) - and I hung on every note, leaving the place as if on a cloud.
This show didn't match that experience. I always thought the Dead just sounded way better in an enclosed arena than they did in outdoor stadiums. No outdoor stadium show impressed me like the ones I saw at MSG and Crisler. I remember the long Blow Away at the end of the first set but nothing much else stuck with me.
Separately, and this is sort of a nitpick, but I think the way Bob sang "Estimated" changed a lot from the how it was in the 70s and early 80s. It because very affected and mannered, and just generally annoying. And that is on full display here. Boooo.
Subject: Unspeakably Great
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